New Protocols for Entry to Gallery ‘Iolani

Current Exhibit

Young Contemporaries


April 1 – May 1, 2022 Artist Reception: Friday, April 1, 4 – 7 pm



Impressions/Expressions

Join us for an exhibit of work done by members of the Windward Artists Guild. The Windward Artists Guild is a non-profit, volunteer, member guild, organized in 1960 by a group of Windward artists. Despite our name, membership is not restricted to Windward Oahu residents. The Windward Artists Guild supports and promotes the production and … Continue Reading

HomeGrown

HomeGrown, a new exhibition opening on October 22, will feature 30 of the most notable Hawaiʻi-based artists at Gallery ʻIolani at Windward Community College. Some of the exhibit’s artists are part of a global network of mural and installation artists and recently participated in the Pow!Wow! Hawaiʻi festival in Kakaʻako. HomeGrown poster art by Jack Soren “The dynamics of the HomeGrown artists usher in a new … Continue Reading

Painting of a house on a small island with blue skies, puffy clouds and pastel colors

Confluence 6: WCC Student Exhibition

August 30–September 15, 2021Gallery ‘Iolani celebrates its 30th anniversary by showcasing student art. Confluence 6 highlights student work from studio art classes at Windward Community College in ceramics, color theory, drawing, 2-D design, painting, gallery design and management, photography, screen printing, sculpture, and Hawaiian carving. The exhibition features over 130 works.Gallery Hours:Monday–Friday, 1–5 pmClosed Saturdays, … Continue Reading

Nights on B Street

Nights on B Street: A Collaboration by Adam LeBlanc and Joseph Stanton This is an exhibit not to be missed showing a collaboration of long-time friends, poet Joseph Stanton and artist Adam LeBlanc. LeBlanc’s installation “Nights on B Street” and Stanton’s sequence of poems “Nights on B Street” are works that invite intrigue and mystique … Continue Reading

Where Are We?

Join us for Where Are We?, recent works by some of Hawaiʻiʻs acclaimed contemporary artists: David Behlke, Kauka DeSilva, Sanit Khewhok, Tom Klobe, Adam LeBlanc, Katherine Love, Hal Lum, Noreen Naughton, Diane Nushida-Tokuno, Joseph Stanton, Russell Sunabe, and Lori Uyehara. January 31 – March 1 Opening Reception, Fri., Jan., 31, 4 – 7 pm Artist … Continue Reading

Fiber Hawai’i 2020

Fiber Hawai‘i is a biennial juried exhibition of objects made IN, OF or ABOUT fiber. It provides a space for the conflation of ideas such as art and craft—traditional and contemporary—functional and non-functional—past, present, and future.

Raku Hoʻolauʻlea 2019

Raku Hoʻolauleʻa, is a three-day community workshop for ceramics. Firing was held during a camp out at Camp Mokuleiʻa on Oahuʻs beautiful North Shore, from September 19, through Sunday, September 22. This exhibit is comprised of juried art works selected from this annual event. Nov. 8 – Dec. 5 Opening Reception, Fri., Nov. 8, 4 … Continue Reading

Art Faculty Hōʻike 2019

Showcasing studio art faculty at Windward Community College: Kelly Ciurej, William Cook, Eddie Fuentes, Jacob Jackson, Toni Martin, Rob Molyneux, Bryce Myers, Paul Nash, Peleke Sacatropez, Jordan Souza, and William Zwick. Sept. 13 – Oct. 13 Opening Reception, Fri. Sept 13, 1 – 7 pm

APO11O

Join us on Saturday, July 20 from 10 am – 4 pm in celebrating the 50th anniversary of the moon landing.

Brave New World

Every generation has a story to tell.

A new generation of artists featuring, Alina Kawai, Erin Marquez, Kana Ogawa, Daniel Stratis, Bronson Shimabukuro, Chiho Ushio, and Andrew Yamauchi will be opening an exhibit on March 29th to May 5th, 2019.

Artist reception March 29th: 4 – 7 pm.
Artist talks in the gallery: March 31, and April 28, 3 – 4 pm